SAN FRANCISCO (AP) ? Apple is allowing the general public to get a look at a memorial service it held for employees to celebrate the life of co-founder Steve Jobs at its Cupertino headquarters last week.
The company posted a link on its website late Sunday to a video of the service, which was held on Wednesday in the center of Apple Inc.’s campus. It runs 81 minutes and is kicked off by CEO Tim Cook, who addresses an overflowing crowd of Apple employees. Apple Inc. has not held any public services for Jobs, who died at age 56 on Oct. 5 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer.